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Fear and Trembling

David Macaray | Posted 05.17.2016 | Comedy
David Macaray

It has long been said that Madison Avenue frames its advertising campaigns around man's conscious or subconscious fears. Fear is the catalyst. Indeed, man's fears, insecurities, and regrets are what make possible the Art of the Sale.

Men and Women: Their Changing Roles

Laverne H. Bardy | Posted 12.21.2014 | Fifty
Laverne H. Bardy

Recent years show the line between male and female roles is becoming blurred. Men are taking a more active part in homemaking and child rearing, and women are thriving in the business world.

4 Ways A Little Stress Can Be Good For You

John Whyte, M.D., MPH | Posted 09.19.2014 | Healthy Living
John Whyte, M.D., MPH

Stress, when harnessed properly, can have numerous benefits for the body and mind. But in order to use stress to our advantage, it's important first to understand what exactly causes it and, if everyone tells us to avoid it, how it can actually help us.

Our Homeowners Association Has Some Concerns About Your Paleo Lifestyle

Graham Nelson | Posted 09.07.2014 | Comedy
Graham Nelson

Your mother and I were 100 percent on board when you said you wanted to change your lifestyle. Of course, we were a bit surprised to find you in the gully behind our home, eating half-rancid bacon off the shells of scooped out turtles.

Caveman Campsite Unearthed At Site Of New Embassy

LiveScience | Megan Gannon | Posted 05.31.2014 | Science

Construction is underway on the south side of the Thames River in London's Battersea neighborhood on a shiny crystalline cube that will house the new ...

The Caveman Approach to Beauty

Marta Wohrle | Posted 04.14.2014 | Style
Marta Wohrle

Even the Flinstones couldn't, at least in my view, put a positive spin on cavemen. So when I was told about the latest beauty trend, Caveman Regimens, my reaction was: "That's gross."

Museum Shows How Your Life Could Have Been 600,000 Years Ago | Posted 12.22.2013 | Science

To the south of Rome, a new museum will shed light into what life may have been like – 600,000 years ago....

Neanderthal 'Fashion Sense' Spotlighted By Fossil Study

Posted 09.19.2012 | Science

By: Megan Gannon, News Editor Published: 09/18/2012 04:28 PM EDT on LiveScience A new analysis of bird bones at Neanderthal sites suggests our ext...

Why Neanderthals Sported Arms Like Popeye

Posted 07.19.2012 | Science

By: Charles Q. Choi, LiveScience Contributor Published: 07/18/2012 05:04 PM EDT on LiveScience The unusually powerful right arms of Neanderthals...

Where Did Our Sense of Modesty Come From?

David Macaray | Posted 06.04.2012 | Comedy
David Macaray

Unlike the evolution of horticulture or weaponry, the concept of modesty didn't evolve. It arrived on the scene fully developed. Either you believed your genitals needed to be concealed or you didn't. The following is a dramatization of that event.

DNA Study Shows Color Of Neanderthal Eyes

| Traci Watson | Posted 03.20.2012 | Science

In museums around the world, reproductions of Neandertals sport striking blue or green eyes, pale skin, and gingery hair. Now new DNA analysis suggest...

PHOTOS: Meet Your 'Cave Parents'

Posted 01.06.2012 | Science

What did our 'cave parents' look like? Without a family album going back 7 million years, it can be tough to imagine them, especially when all we see ...

Douchebags Can Be Explained By Science | David Moye | Posted 11.06.2011 | Weird News

Science can explain everything, including why douchebags are inexplicably successful with women. A study of 363 college students found that men wit...

Prehistoric BBQ Dig Reveals Caveman Grilling Techniques

Posted 08.28.2011 | Home

The "Paleolithic Diet" has come in and out of fashion since the 1970s. Its adherents eat mostly grilled meat, fish, fruit, vegetables and nuts—suppo...

Neanderthal Genes: The Hidden Thread in Our Tapestry

Athena Andreadis, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Athena Andreadis, Ph.D.

The just-published draft sequence of the Neanderthal genome may reveal that Neanderthals and Homo sapiens indeed interbred when the latter first came out of Africa.

Zsolt And Geza Peladi, Cavemen Brothers, Inherit Billions

Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Zsolt and Geza Peladi, two penniless brothers who had been living in a cave outside Budapest, are to inherit a $7 billion fortune from their long-lost...

Germ Bag: No Sh*t

Suz Redfearn | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Suz Redfearn

I used to think poop was hilarious. And vomit, too. And snot. And whatever else whatever else flows with force from the body and can be flung about by monkeys.

The Opposite of Voyeurism: Why People Twitter

Michelle Haimoff | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Michelle Haimoff

Observing large-scale technological phenomena informs us about where the culture's at these days; Twitter might indicate that people are lonely.

Neanderthals Wore Make-Up, Liked To Chat | Dan Jones | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living

Francesco d'Errico, an archaeologist from the University of Bordeaux, France, has found crafted lumps of pigment - essentially crayons - left behind b...

On Smoking Cannabis, Cavemen, Giants and Predicting Stock Markets

Eben Esterhuizen | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Eben Esterhuizen

We are so afraid of randomness that we are willing to pay exorbitant fees to ivy-league educated Wall Street suits to tell us "if xyz happens then you should buy abc."

New Shows Struggle To Address Race Relations

LA Times | Greg Braxton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

Race relations are taking a starring role in several new culturally-tinged series this fall. Fox's "K-Ville," ABC's "Cavemen," CBS' "Cane," and the CW...